To celebrate the day, Northern Rivers favourites: Jimmy Willing and the Real Gone Hick-Ups will be playing on the main stage. The market committee has jumped at the chance to have The Hick-Ups play for the birthday, as the front-man Jimmy Willing used to be a feature show at the Market in the early 90’s. Back then Jimmy would arrive in his gypsy cart with his herd of horses and perform with his marionettes – The Von Tramp Family Puppet Show. Featuring characters such as “The Devil” and “Ginger Dreadlocks” it is a bent show that will leave you wondering, just who is pulling the strings? For the birthday show Jimmy is bringing his puppets back to the market and The Real Gone Hick-Ups will supply a kooky soundtrack before kicking up the dust with some great dance tunes
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Aside from our usual buskers, this month we are kicking off The Speakers Corner. Beginning at 2PM near the Chai Tent. What’s happening in our world & what can we do about it? COME ONE, COME ALL and bring your friends and good ideas with you. We ALL have the ability to respond positively for the good of all. GET INFORMED, GET ACTIVE & MAKE THE SOLUTIONS HAPPEN
“There is always a good way forward, we just need to find it.” and “TOGETHER WE CAN.”
Dunoon Public school is located in the quiet village of Dunoon. The school aims to provide a quality education for all students, using a variety of creative teaching and learning styles. Programs encourage happy, confident students, who are self-motivated, independent, life long learners as well as caring and responsible citizens. As a small school, we offer a range of stimulating learning experiences to engage children and help them to reach their potential such as our Marimba program and Kitchen Garden Program.
The school and wider community have a strong working relationship. Parents/carers play an important role in many aspects of the school’s programs. Our focus is to provide quality educational programs for every child in a caring, safe and happy learning environment.
Enquiries or enrollments welcome. Ph: 02 66895208 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to the April market. See you then!
Led by the unstoppable Capt Davy Blossom, The Ragged Blossom Bush Band feature rollicking tunes, reels, waltzes, slip jigs and polkas played on assorted banjos, accordions, fiddles, flutes and mandolins.From the green hills of the Northern Rivers, they inspire infectious toe-tapping, foot stomping, grab-a-partner dancing wherever they play.
This is music to make your hair grow curly.
Tomi Gray is an Australian born Artist; Singer, Songwriter, Drummer, Guitarist, Programmer & Performer. Accomplished Writer & Published Poet. Producer and Engineer.
Personal Evolution Enthusiast.
Part-time Moustache Aficionado.
600,000 + listens online.
150 + demos on the pile.
250 + shows in 2 years – Sidewalks to Festivals.
1000 + hours live so far.
Located in The Channon Village, The Channon Public School is set high on the hill, overlooking a picturesque valley and the Nightcap Ranges. The school works with the community to provide relevant educational experiences aimed at developing each child intellectually, physically, socially, culturally and emotionally. The parents & citizens’ association (P&C) plays a vital role, bringing the school community together. Parents, teachers and community members can help meet the needs of the school community and contribute to decisions about the school.
The P&C also raises funds that help finance improvements to our school and provide additional resources.
A musical journey inspired by the idea of sitting around campfires,> singing songs with nothing but acoustic guitars, a few friends, and the crackle of a fire sounds like it could be good for the soul.
Cheynne took this inspiration and debuted his first EP titled “Firesongs for the Soul” at Byron Bay’s Bluefest in the company of giants such as Ben Harper, Michael Franti and Jack Johnson. Cheynne’s debut album ‘A Horse Called Freedom’produced with Paul Pilsneniks (Angus Stone, Jeff Martin, Bernard Fanning)was released with critical acclaim in 2014 with Country update magazine describing the album as ‘at once ambling and cinematic’; Rhythms magazine commending its ‘shimmering production and instrumentation’; and The Courier Mail commented on the ‘tight band, sighing harmonies and evocative guitar’. The follow up album Celtic Heart, inspired by a song-writing session on the West Coast, of Ireland resulted in an inspirational acoustic folk rock ode to Cheynne’s Grandfather and Celtic ancestral roots. Rhythms magazine described it as “a big warm sprawling folk rock record.
Unpretentiously earnest”. With growing critical acclaim, national radio airplay and television performances, and some big festivals appearances, Cheynne has just returned from a tour to China playing at an international music festival and is releasing the title track of his new album Headlights and Goodbyes, June 2018.
Modanville Public School is located between Lismore and the Channon and prides itself on creating a positive creative and happy environment for its students. The school motto “Big enough to excel, small enough to care” is taken to heart by the members of the P&C Association.
Timbuktu are a Northern Rivers NSW based 7-piece ensemble led by guitarist, vocalist and live-looper, Joe O’Keeffe. After living in France and the UK where there are vibrant West African musical scenes, Joe became strongly influenced by these rich and varied musical cultures.
Drawing from the likes of Fela Kuti, Ebo Taylor, Ali Farke Toure and Thomas Mapfumo amongst many others, he writes original songs and creates arrangements from vintage 60s/70s tunes from the Golden age of Highlife to the rise of Afrobeat and Ethiofunk.
The full line up of Timbuktu includes Joe O’Keeffe (guitar/vocals), Cam Smith (trumpet), Dave Stephenson (trombone), Brent Calcutt (keyboards), Anthony Mitchell (bass), Rod Evans (percussion) and Benji Keogh (drums).